So because B.Net installs with a game, whereas Steam and others install separate from a game, that makes B.Net okay in your book? It's basically the same thing.
They should release both to the PC regardless. Oh well, may not matter...
I hate to pick on Steam ...especially since it is the only one I allow on my system (removed Origin), but I been saying this since Steam. I like to keep things simple and clean. I don't want additional software in addition to the software I am putting on there. That is why I am ok with Bnet 2.0. I can log in and keep all my games in a library but i don't need software to do it as it is all server side.
Will definitely have to pass up on the PC version and just borrow the PS3 version from my friend ...since this generation of consoles still allows it.
I wish Dark Souls was on Steam with Steamworks, rather than GFWL, but the latter won't stop me from getting it.